Archive Monthly Archives: November 2015

Why to make noise tests for soundproofing?

Noise measurements

Anyone who has a noise problem in his home knows about it; he can hear it. He may think that noise tests are not necessary. However, the assessment of the problem by the suffering homeowner is subjective.

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Soundproofing and Carbon Emissions Reduction Go Hand in Hand

Acoustical engineer can help improve soundproofing and reduce emissions

The effort to meet new carbon emission goals includes reducing building thermal losses. The retrofit effort to improve thermal insulation is a perfect opportunity, with the help of an acoustical engineer, to also improve soundproofing for acoustically sensitive spaces, with very little additional cost.

UN climate change Summit (COP 21) in Paris was completed on 7-8 December, 2015. 196 countries had gathered to decide whether or not to commit to a low-carbon future in a legally binding way.

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How to Soundproof a Wall in a Semi-Detached House.

Quality townhouse soundproofing

This article is written for an owner of a semi-detached house, a semi-detached home, a townhouse, or a row house, who is bothered by a noisy next-door neighbour. The article explains how to soundproof a party (demising) wall between neighbours. You do not need to keep suffering; your problem can be fixed.

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